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Like Latticinio Swirls, Solid Core Swirls almost always possess an outer design that most often consists of alternating colored bands or sets of typically white and/or yellow strands.When strands occur at equidistantly spaced intervals and are very close together all the way around the marble, the marble is considered "caged." "Naked" specimens lacking the outer layer are not uncommon.Single colored cores are usually cylindrical and are truly "solid," while multicolored cores are often comprised of tightly spaced bands.On the latter type, the bands may be situated in such a manner as to give the appearance of lobes if the core is observed from above.Now and then the strands will be divided, typically into three different sets.The color of the core is white, yellow, orange, red, green, and blue, in increasing order of rarity.Like Latticinio Swirls, the base glass is almost always colorless, though on rare occasions it may be colored.
Beginning-of-cane examples are harder to recognize but have a design that seems to come out of one end of the marble.Divided Core Swirls have, as the name indicated, a core comprised of separated bands.There will be at least three and as many as six bands.On rare occasions there will be two colors in the core, and usually these colors alternate.The colors are typically opaque, though translucent strands do occur, especially in white examples.
Naked examples, along with those possessing three levels, are rarer and therefore more collectible.